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By saying “I can’t”, you’re creating powerlessness, one of the hardest mental blocks to overcome.
You have decided your potential is limited, and have given up on yourself before ev...
Your friends choose to be a part of your life, and they are your biggest fans. If you need a pep talk, just give them a call or text during the day, and they are sure to encourage you.
Your brain needs glucose, oxygen, and fluids to perform at its best. These mental blocks are easily solved by listening to your body’s demands.
If you are feeling frustrated, try gr...
Sleep is something that your body and mind need to be able to recuperate and combat stress on a daily basis. Some function relatively well with a few hours of sleep every night, but most need at...
If your head hurts from trying to solve issues, take a small break. Doing this can reset your mind and clear the mental blocks that have been building throughout the day.
Your mood and health will suffer, as well as your belief in yourself if you set yourself unrealistic goals.
Dividing a larger goal into bite-sized chunks will make it a lot easier...
There are stagnant periods in life, but you don’t have to remain stuck for long.
It may not add progress to your current life goal, but try donating your time to an organization that...
Acting while your mind is in a state of unrest can result in people being hurt physically and emotionally. Once you’ve calmed down, it will most likely hurt you in return.
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Your brain is more creative in the morning and more analytical at night.
Use your analytical evening strength to provide a simple plan and starting-point so your cr...
“A person’s success in life can usually be measured by the number of uncomfortable conversations he or she is willing to have.”
Momentum is created or destroyed every day with the first few decisions you make.
If you learn to master your day, you’ll learn how to master your weeks, months, years, and life.
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Research suggests placing self-imposed limitations can boost creativity.
It forces your brain to come up with creative solutions to finish a project around the parameters you’ve ...
Instead of thinking of a cut-and-dry end goal to certain situations, creative people sit back and examine the problem in different ways before beginning to work.
If you find yourself stagnating by focusing on generic problems, try to re-conceptualize the problem by focusing on a more meaningful angle.
For example: Instead of thinking “What would be something cool to paint?” rather ask, “What sort of painting evokes the feeling of loneliness that we all encounter after a break-up?”
Creating “psychological” distance may be useful for breaking through a creative block.
Try to imagine your creative task as being disconnected and distant from your current position/location - this may make the problem more accessible and can encourage higher level thinking.
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